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Brian Smith
2007-09-03 14:39:32
LaserTag Puzzle Game

I have recently finished a puzzle game called LaserTag. It is a free game and you can find a download at
http://www.geocities.com/b_smith_81/LaserTagPage.html

If you have any questions or comments, please let me know.

brianjn
2007-09-04 04:53:08
Re: LaserTag Puzzle Game

I accepted an invitation to trial it; it has quite a range of challenges.


To me there is a certain sense of irony that on the page addressed above, I see one of two scenarios that gave me difficulty.



Although Brian Smith gives a 25 scenario game and a set of 11 as an additional complement, he offers an editor.


In actuality this software is a construction set. You can build your own scenario suite. A good study of the manual embodied in the zipfile available for download should enhance enjoyment, and assist the building of your own.


Dustin
2012-01-09 02:45:19
Re: LaserTag Puzzle Game

The geocities website is no longer available. By googling, I found this

It's quite fun, and it's free.

brianjn
2012-01-09 06:07:06
Re: LaserTag Puzzle Game

I cannot recall if Brian Smith said that his building of such a game was in response to what you have found, his certainly has a different appearance.

Since it was available at geocities for download I don't think Brian would mind that I passed the zip file on to you.

Dustin
2012-01-09 06:31:38
Re: LaserTag Puzzle Game

Ah, so he created it? I read "finished" as "finished solving". I thought perhaps he linked to a game, and I might find it by googling.

Thank you for the zip file! I aim to tackle it first thing tomorrow morning.

Dustin
2012-01-10 06:14:03
Re: LaserTag Puzzle Game

I'm surprised how similar the one I found online is to Brian Smith's. Brian's seems to go further in regards to the range of implements introduced, or perhaps I didn't go far enough on the other. Either way, I enjoy the creative mode, and being able to skip a puzzle if I can't solve it.

Nicely done, Brian!

And thanks again brianjn!

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